CNG stations across Sindh closed for 24 hours

Sindh News

The Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) stations across Sindh will remain closed for 24 hours from 8 am today (Wednesday).

According to the spokesperson of Sui Southern Gas Company, CNG stations will remain closed for 24 hours from today.

Gas supply will be restored on Thursday, according to the All Pakistan CNG Association.

On Friday, gas supply will be suspended for another 24 hours.

According to All Pakistan CNG Association officials, CNG stations will remain closed during this period.

Due to the closure of CNG stations, there is very limited public transport on the roads.

RLNG transit stations will remain open whereas gas supply to them will continue as usual.

All Pakistan CNG Association officials Officials said the decision has been taken owing to the shortage of gas in the system, adding that they were facing difficulties to meet the gas demand of domestic consumers and the commercial sector.

Officials added that, it will be closed for 24 hours from 8 pm on Wednesday and Friday across Sindh. 

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